Welcome to the home page of the Tartan Girls Lacrosse team!
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    Please go to the following website to see what goggles are allowed per the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) and US Lacrosse: https://whttps://www.uslacrosse.org/safety/equipment/approved-eyewear-listww.uslacrosse.org/safety/equipment/approved-eyewear-list
    On Thursday, August 29th, 2019, the program will be going to the Minnesota State Fair for a day of trash removal from 10:00 am -10:00 pm.  This sounds gross but it will be a great day and an awesome way to start our team bonding for the upcoming season.  We are required to bring 30 people to this event.  The MSF will paying the program to do this a rather large sum of money that will help to get some things for the girls next year.  Please click on the following to sign up for this event: MN State Fair Clean Up Fundraiser
    Welcome to the 2020 season. The season begins on Monday, March 30th, 2020. We will practice on the turf from 3-5pm every day.  If the Turf is not available due to weather will communicate what times and where tryouts will be.
    Registration will be available sometime in early to mid-March.  Make sure to get signed up online (www.isd622.feepay.com). You will need the athlete's student ID number and a credit card. 
    This team is open to any athlete interested in playing girls lacrosse at the high school level, from novice to experienced player. We strive to provide girls at Tartan High School access to competitive lacrosse while developing student-athletes who value the competitive nature of sports, the camaraderie and discipline of teamwork and the benefits of healthy, active lifestyle.
    Depending on the number of players signing up, we may need to cut some players. This fact will be announced on the first day of the season. Cuts will be made (if necessary) after Wednesday, April 3rd.  
    "Our goal is not to win.  It is to play together and play hard, then winning takes care of itself."
    Mike Krzyeweski, Duke Men's Basketball Coach
     Parents, please watch the video below from the MSHSL to better understand the philosophy around Education-Based Athletics.